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Grand Suisse Raclette is a pasteurized cow’s milk cheese imported from Switzerland. Raclette cheese, and the eponymous dish it’s known for, get their name from the French verb, “racler,” meaning, “to scrape.” To make a traditional “raclette,” melt your cheese, either on a raclette grill or in a pan, then pour it over fingerling potatoes, cornichons and fruit. In these images, we used fall vegetables (rather than potatoes) to create a seasonal take on traditional raclette. (We used this affordable raclette grill with fantastic results!) Pick up some delicious Grand Suisse Raclette today and start cooking. Raclette grill is underlined with link.